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SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — Family and friends of a man who died in police custody in Southaven held a rally outside Tanger Outlets.
This week marks the second rally held to bring awareness to Troy Goode's death and the dangers of hog-tying.
The 30-year-old man died back in July.
Preliminary autopsy results said Goode died from heart issues caused by LSD. Police allegedly hog-tied Goode, which family members say killed him.
Now they're asking people to sign a petition aimed at banning hog-tying in Mississippi.